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  • 1

    Colonial Quito

    17 reviews

    Quito is divided into "La Mariscal", the tourist district south of the airport, and "Old Town Quito", the colonial area that is a World Heritage Site. I stayed in old town; the streets are filled with locals and country visitors selling their goods. I felt very safe; there are police and/or military (maybe a few too many) on nearly every ...

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  • 2

    La Mitad del Mundo

    24 reviews

    Our group hopped off the bus and checked out "The Equator." The big fun for us was arranging a photo where all 12 of us held hands in the center of the line, and straddling north and south. I'm a fan of theres sorts of places. A combination of the celebrity of it (I've been there!) and the absurdity. If ...

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  • 3

    Iglesia La Compañía

    10 reviews

    The Church of The Compania of Jesus in Quito has been catalogued by UNESCO among the hundred most important World Heritage Site Monuments in the world. The building of this Colonial jewel started in 1605 and was finished in 1650. The restoration was both structural and artistic, in its 4500 square meters. Its interior, entirely gilded, shines like a jewel ...

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    San Francisco Church

    11 reviews

    The San Francisco Church at the Plaza de Armas is right in the center of the hub of action in Quito especially on the weekends when locals come out to see live commentary and street performances, likely after service. This is one spectacular church!

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  • 5

    La Basílica

    9 reviews

    While the walk up the hillside to get to the Basillica from the old town center will likely leave you huffing and puffing, it's definitely worth it. The place is enormous, and has a sort of dark, ominous vibe that I found really interesting. Be sure to climb up the stairwells leading up to the towers, as the views are ...

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    La Mariscal

    10 reviews

    This is supposedly the "tourist area" of Quito, and the larger streets are lined with fancier shops. There are quite a few hostels in this area, and quite a few night clubs. I stayed in the area one night and was warned by several locals to only carry as much cash as I needed, since stick-ups were common. Though the ...

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  • 7


    7 reviews

    This is one of the shopping malls.

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  • 8

    Plaza de la Independencia

    7 reviews

    The main main in Quito, it is grand and full of buildings to gawk at, and restaurants to indulge in.

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  • 9

    Museo Guayasamín

    5 reviews

    Guayasamín is one of Ecuador's most renown artists and truly one of my global favorites. The warm and inviting museum is a must-see for any visit to Quito. The museum, perched in one of Quito's steep hillside neighborhoods, overlooks the downtown and is graced with beautiful sculpture gardens. The museum itself is spacious and well laid out, really maximizing the ...

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  • 10

    El Panecillo Hill and Momument

    7 reviews

    Quito's version of the Statue of Liberty - only it's a winged Virgin Mary rather than an incarnation of Egyptian Isis. Although I've spent years living in Quito, I actually only visited the statue once - on my first visit. It's a one-time kind of place - fantastic vistas of Quito and her surrounding volcanoes, but once you've seen it, ...

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  • 11


    6 reviews

    The teleferiqo is yet another thing you do just for the sake of it. I wouldn't say it's spectacular, but it's a nice weekend activity and the views are great if you've got good weather. It is by far the best view of Quito you can get. I was really tempted to explore more of the trails along Pichincha, but ...

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  • 12

    La Catedral

    5 reviews

    Stately and beautifully situated right on top of the hill, La Catedral commends the kind of respect that should be rightly given to places of worship.

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  • 13

    Parque La Carolina

    5 reviews

    165.5-acre park in the centre of the Quito main business area. About three blocks away from penthouse.

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  • 14

    Plaza Foch

    6 reviews

    Plaza foch is the heart of the marsical district and serves as the perfect meeting up spot for tourist and locals embarking on a night on the town. The plaza is flanked by restaurants and cafes, nearly all of which have outdoor seating spilling out into the plaza, or balconies overlooking the pedestrians below. It's a fun spot to grab ...

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  • 15

    Avenida Amazonas

    5 reviews

    Major thorough way in the city of Quito, Avenida Amazonas is a great walking street that is dotted by stores, restaurants and a ton of juice bars. On our day of visit, and possibly on all sundays, the Avenida Amazonas is closed to motor traffic and opened up for pedestrians and bicycles.

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  • 16

    Guagua Pichincha

    3 reviews

    An immense, stunningly beautiful active stratovolcano rising right out of the city of Quito. Guagua - meaning "baby" is the younger of two peaks on Pichincha Volcano, the older peak referred to as Rucu. Lacking the glacial covering of many of Ecuador's massive volcanoes, Pichchincha is a highly accessible peak, even possible as a day hike from the city.

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  • 17

    Museo de Sitio Iti-ñan

    3 reviews

    We had such a fun time visiting the Iti-ñan Museum which is where the actual camino de sol crosses as per GPS. The $4 admissions includes a very informative tour, interactive games and activities and photo ops to stand each foot on both hemisphere at the same time!

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  • 18

    Plaza San Blas

    3 reviews

    Plaza San Blas is a square which is situated at the gateway to the historic centre of Quito and marks the northern limit of the city.

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    Parque El Ejido

    3 reviews

    Just a few steps away, you will enjoy a centenary park with a painting exposition every WE

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  • 20

    Mall El Jardin

    3 reviews

    Mall EL Jardin, located( just 5 minutes from the apartment) in the financial center of the city of Quito, has 4 levels with ample, elegance and very nice ambience. you will find whatever you need for the house,for yourself or for gifts for your friends and family, also there is a grocery store inside, and many small kiosks with local ...

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